We're still a month or two away from the official launch at CES 2017, but Intel already added most of the specifications of the upcoming Kaby Lake desktop CPUs to its product catalog.
Kaby Lake is the third generation on Intel's 14nm platform, these chips use the LGA1151 socket and the desktop versions will come in 35W, 65W and 95W versions. There will be three Core i7 models and seven Core i5 models. The top model will be the Core i7-7700K, a quadcore, eight-threaded chip with a 4.2GHz core frequency and 8MB L3 cache. The rumored pricing of the 7700K is $349.
All Core i7 models feature 8MB L3, whereas the Core i5 parts have 6MB L3. Furthermore, none of the Core i5 models have Hyper-Threading, that feature is exclusively for the Core i7 parts.
All specifications are listed below, only the Turbo clockspeeds are still a mystery. The "upgrade" column reveals how much more MHz these parts have versus the corresponding Skylake models, they all have a frequency that's between 100MHz and 300MHz higher than the previous generation.